Chris SullivanChristopher Sullivan, PhD, LPC; Associate Director for Counseling ServicesAs the Associate Director for Counseling Services,
Dr.Chris Sullivan is the chief mental health officer on campus. He has over 20 years of experience working with college students and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Missouri. He completed his doctorate in counseling at UMSL, with an emphasis in multicultural counseling. His clinical work emphasizes a holistic approach to mental health, based in a strengths-oriented perspective focused on well being and healing, while taking into consideration the impact of culture, relationships, and the need for social justice in society. A proud native son of west-central Wisconsin, he loves spending time with his family, squeaky cheese curds, and getting (kind of) lost in the woods. And, yes, he does miss cold winters.


Erin Vasconcelles, Ph.D., Counseling Psychologist/Training Coordinator
Erin received her Ph.D in Clinical Psychology from Bowling Green State University in 2008. Erin is a licensed psychologist in Missouri and has a number of clinical interests, including anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, sport psychology, concerns with performance, women’s issues, crisis intervention, and identity concerns. In addition to providing therapy and supervision, Erin also coordinates the training program for advanced graduate students at Counseling Services and serves as a liaison between Counseling Services and Disability Access Services.  

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